The Hotel’s location in the centre of Conwy, close to the quay and the ancient castle makes it the perfect place to rest when visiting the numerous places of interest within the Medieval walled town.
You can be sure you will not be alone as visitors and locals alike find sanctuary in Dawsons Bar and in inclement weather, in front of the warm fire.
The Hotel also makes an interesting and unusual location for any informal gatherings.
A range of activities such as sailing, surfing, horse riding, cycling and walking are all available on our doorstep.
The historic port with its castle built by Edward I and well preserved walls, lies on the coastal side of the Snowdonia National Park. The area is breathtakingly beautiful, both rugged and pretty and a planned short break holiday can soon develop into a longer stay to truly appreciate what the area has to offer.
From cosy traditional pubs and historical attractions to adrenalin-filled activities for the more adventerous, the county of Conwy really does have everything to offer.